2017 Nissan Rogue vs 2017 Honda CR-V

With less space to work with compared to a midsize crossover of full-size SUV, subcompact crossovers have to come up with flexible solutions and clever innovations in order to stand out against the crowd. A subcompact crossover can be the perfect happy-medium for shoppers who want something larger than a sedan but still want something efficient enough to be a daily driver and isn’t so large it’s cumbersome to drive.

The 2017 Nissan Rogue vs 2017 Honda CR-V compares two highly-equipped subcompact SUVs with an affordable base rate. Throughout the trim grades, the Nissan Rogue remains the more affordable option of the two; its engine also happens to be more efficient and powerful. The 2017 Rogue’s 2.5L 4-cylinder is carried across all three trim levels, paired with Nissan’s continuously variable transmission and firing up 170 horsepower while earning a fuel economy rating of 26 city/33 hwy mpg.

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2017 Nissan Rogue vs 2017 Honda CR-V
2.5L 4-cylinder Engine 1.8L 4-cylinder
Available All-wheel Drive Available
$23,820 MSRP $24,045






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The 2017 Nissan Rogue and 2017 Honda CR-V both come standard as front-wheel drive vehicles, but all-wheel drive models are available. Nissan’s intuitive all-wheel drive is able to read conditions and initiate the all-wheel drive system, sending additional torque to the wheel that is slipping in effort to regain its grip on the pavement.

Also, thanks to advanced aerodynamics, the Nissan Rogue is able to deliver a quieter and smoother ride than ever before. Take for example the Active Grille Shutters which are able to automatically adjust while you are driving, helping to keep the engine well ventilated and reduce drag which in turn makes for better gas mileage.

Other ingenuities in the 2017 Nissan Rogue include things like the Motion Activated Liftgate which will give you easier access to the cargo space of your vehicle, even if your hands are full. The second and third rows of the 2017 Nissan Rogue can be folded down to create a maximum of 70 cu-ft of cargo space. This is another one of the unique aspects of the Nissan Rogue, that it offers a third row of seating for those who are in need of the flexibility to seat up to seven passengers.

To learn more about the technology and comfort features available on each of the three 2017 Nissan Rogue trim levels, we would like to welcome you here to Glendale Nissan. Sign up for a test drive online and stop by in person at your earliest convenience.

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